Tuesday 13 November, 2018

Barbados Weather Report - Warning issued as Beryl approaches on July 8

UPDATE [11:00 am]: The Barbados Meteorological Services lifted the Tropical Storm Watch for the island, while it warns that a Flood Warning may still be issued at short notice.

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Here is a look at the weather in Barbados, according to information from the Barbados Meteorological Services. 

The island continues to be under a Tropical Storm Watch.

At 5:00 a.m Tropical Storm Beryl was located at 13.7N, 56.0W which is about 240 miles or 380 km east of Barbados, with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph or 120 km/h. Its present movement is towards the WNW at 20 mph or 31 km/h. 

Today and tonight are therefore forecasted to be generally cloudy to overcast and breezy with scattered, moderate to heavy showers, a few periods of rain and a chance of isolated thunderstorms.

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The current temperature is 27.4 °C and winds are coming from the east-northeast to east at 15 to 40 km/h, with higher gust near showers. Seas are moderate to rough in open water with swells from to 2.5m to 3.0m. A small craft warning is in effect for above normal sea swells.

Sunrise was at 5:38 am and sunset is expected at 6:29 pm.

High Tide

11:54 am and 11:49 pm

Low Tide

5:41 am and 5:19 pm

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